Two seasons in, and “Mythic Quest
” is already destined to join the Saturday morning sitcom rotation — the kind of show, like “Parks and Rec
,” and, yes, “The Office
,” that you can dial up for a quick hit of humor over breakfast, or a lengthy background binge while getting a jump on weekend chores. If it’s the latter, you have to be careful not to lose half your day to the quick-witted tomfoolery and admirable ambition of these charming video game developers. Inevitably, you’ll stop and admire one or two choice scenes per episode; the moments you just have to see again, even if it means taking a bit longer on the dishes, and even it means risking never finishing them at all.
I say “again” because, of course, first-time viewing earns first-screen priority — only-screen, really. But once-through won’t be enough, at least, if you’re anything like me.